Testing mogas for ethanol made simple

12/6/2012 | General Aviation News

Using mogas in aircraft approved for its use saves pilots money and keeps lead out of the environment, but fuel purchased at retail locations can sometimes be tainted with ethanol. A glass jar and food coloring make it easy to test for the presence of ethanol.

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